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Play this  Quiz Game  On your phone 161 - Fermium, 162 - Violet, 163 - Inverse-square law, 164 - Asphalt lakes, 165 - Electric Battery, 166 - Electrolyte,   167 - Liquids , 168 - Quadrilateral, 169 - Earthquake, 170 - Cryoelectronics.

161. What is 100th element in periodic table?

           Mendelevium

           Californium

           Fermium

           Curium


162. What color has the highest photon energy?

           Green

           Violet

           Red

           Black


163. Which law states that the intensity is inversely proportional to sq. distance?

           Biot-Savart law

           Doppler effect

           Inverse-square law

           Joule's laws


164. Tar pits are also called:

           Asphalt lakes

           Faults

           Deep asphalt

           Tar sea


165. Recognize the symbol.

           Transistor

           Diode

           Electric Battery

           Resistor


166. What is added to make polar solvent an electrically conducting solution?

           Electrolyte

           Coal

           Apricot oil

           Tetrachloroethylene


167. Free surface effect is related to:

           Radiation

           Liquids

           Air

           Solids


168. Trapezoid is a:

           Icosagon

           Pentadecagon

           Quadrilateral

           Trigon


169. Major seismic waves are caused by:

           Avalanche

           Ocean current

           Ocean tides

           Earthquake


170. The research of superconductivity at low temperatures is called:

           Claytronics

           Cryoelectronics

           Subatomic study

           Atomic study